Monday, February 23, 2009

Over the ground lies a mantle of white...

...but I'm thinking and reading green.


Mother Nature Network has updated news stories and blog entries.


President Obama (I still love saying that phrase!) and Canadian Prime Minister Harper discuss clean energy options.


In NYC, vehicles can only idle for 60 seconds or less in a school zone. I wonder if this would fly in my smaller city? Is there a need for this type of law in a smaller area with much less traffic?


Peanut butter or spinach, food poisoning is serious. Can locavores be more certain of safe food supplies, or not?


Leah Ingram's suddenly Frugal is not just a blog, but will be a book in the fall! I like her idea for DIY laundry detergent: I already have Borax in the house.


And finally, believe it or not, I spotted these items side by side on my way back to the pharmacy: snow shovels and seeds. (Poor quality either from cell phone camera or from my laughter as I attempted taking a picture in the middle of the store) The shovels were on clearance; buy now, folks, it's your last chance!


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2 Comments:

OpenID suddenlyfrugal said...

Thanks for letting your readers know about my forthcoming book!

Leah

2/23/2009 8:14 AM  
Blogger Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

Ha! I've seen the same thing at my hardware store!!!
I must check out suddenly frugal.

2/23/2009 10:35 AM  

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